The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18??, July 02, 1870, Image 3

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    ATUKDAY, JULY , 2, 1870.
Subscriber finding an X after their nam will
understand that their subscription expires with
that number, and they are invited to renew their
,uberiptions. Terms $3 per annum, in advance;
,ix months, $2 ; three months, $1. - .
Hefty. The giantess and giant, the
beautiful Circassian and the Lilliput, dis
played themselves to admiring audiences
in this citj-bn Wednesday and Thursday.
Miss Anna Swan, if. divided- up, would
make several very respectable sized
women there is entirely too much sweet
ness wasted on one woman, in her case,
in our opinion.' Tier ' ponderosity is as
tounding, Nature 'having overdone the
job. Monsieur Joseph is the largest man
of his size we ever went anywhere to see,
and his bigness seems to set well on
T a .
mm. ii seems irom an we were en
abled to learn from ."interviewing" him,
that he was born young, and took to
growing with such alacrity that the family
thought seriously of putting up a house
for his special accommodation. But, for
tunately or unfortunately, in his boyhood
he was "tuck" with the .measles, and it
took them' so long to go through him,'
that he became discouraged and concluded
to dry up-on the grow, and show his
present length a lengthy conclusion, to
be -sure. lie is quite an artist at least
he is credited with drawing a great many
houses, which also' might be taken as
indicating great strength. He is credited
with a length of ninety-six inches from
head to heel, and weighs one-fifth of a
ton at least. He is a finely proportioned
gentleman, a sociable and pleasant talker.
and takes 'his hash cooked. The Circas
sian beauty looked and talked well, and
sold card photographs of herself at two
and four bits each. Her willingness to
trust our "local" to the amonnt of 25
cents, induced us to believe that the milk
of human kindness in : her breast would
bust her up, financially, in less than three
weeks. (However, the handsomnosity of
our aforesaid "local" may have induced
the unusual confidence !") Her hair stood
on end like "perpetual" porcupine quill:
only more so, and of a much finer qualify
She looked but we havn t time to go
anv further into this subject those who-
didn't gaze upon her, lost a big thing in
the "look" line. Major Green, of one of
the first families of Virginia, 38 inches
high, 45 pounds .weight, and 32 years
old to a hair pin, is as large as men of
his size and age, and is really the smallest
giant in the lot, although he seemed to
attract the greatest share of attention.
He is all that the ,bils" claim for him,
' and seems to be a very pleasant little
gentleman. It was a very well attended
show, and a great many dollars were
taken from this community and transfer
red to other pockets. Good bye,-giantess.
giant, Circassian and Lilliput--may your
journeyings through Oregon be pleasant
and profitable. - -
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' Circus. Nelson's South American
Hippodrome and Circus, which met with
such immense success during an extended
engagement in San Francisco recently,
and is now performing to delighted audi
ences through Southern Oregon, will
give performances atllarrisbargon Tues
day, the 5th insu, at Brownsville on the
Gth, at Corvallis on the 7th, and in this
' city on July the 8th. Of the perform
' ances of the Nelson Brothers the San
Francisco Call says : They are wonders
of accuracy and neatness. The most
apparently impossible feats are, seemingly,
to tliem, lite the careless gambols of chil
dren, while their strength must be some
thing awful. To describe their acts were
impossible, as they flash through the air
with suft rapidity that one pose is no
sooner taken than another follows in the
twinkling of afl eye. James Cooke, the
Clown, is said to be the most refined and
best educated wit on the coast. It is, all
through, the best circus that has ever
delighted - Oregoniaos. It presents an
- array of artists seldom seen .under one
canvass. Two performances will bo- giv
en on next Friday afternoon and nigbt.
.Go early to secure choice of seat.
Trie Fourth. As there is to be no
general celebration hore on Monday, our
citizens generally are looking out for some
other pot where the day is to be appro
priately honored. The Odd Fellows will
have a private, party at Soda Springs, and
with croquet and other amusements, will
doubtless hare a pleasant time. Some of
eur citizens will go to Corvalli ; others,
and probably the largest number, will so
to Salem, some in buggies and others on
the 1. T. Co. 'a steamer, which will leave
Messrs. Beach & Monteith's wharf at 5
o'clock M onday morning. Numbers will
attend the Southern, Methodist camp
meeting in the Forks of the Santiam, or
the M. E. Church eampmeeting near
Lebanon. Altogether we expect our city
will present a deserted appearance on
the 4th.
Going to Suim. The Salem Fire
Companies have extended an invitation to
Albany Fire Company to participate with
them in the celebration of the Fourth .
next Monday. Our boys have accepted.
and will start for Salem at an early hour
on Monday morning, taking passage on
one of the P. Tv Comnanv'a boats. It
will doubtless be an enjoyable occasion,
as everything has been provided by the
citizens of Salem, with their proverbial
liberality, to make the occasion a complete
success. The "Plus Uslies." will aorjear
mm - w Aft
during the day, clothed in the habiliments
of the ancient and honorable order a
big feature of the day. A ball at night
will. wind up the day's enjoyment.
NEW TO-DAY,
Dlscriptlve JLfct
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE !
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STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Estate Dealers, Albany, Ogn.
NEW TO-DAY.
District Court. U. S. Marshal,
Thos. G. Young, made a flying visit to
this section of the country last week, his
business being to notify certain gentle
men that they had been duly drawn, and
were expected to serve as jurors at a term
of the U. S. District Court for Oregon, to
be held in Portland, July 11th, 1870.
Tho following gentlemen were "notified"
in this city : W. Monteith, D. Beach,
J. II. Foster, S. E. Young, Jno. Conner,
S. S. Markham and Chas. Mealey. , Mr.
Brassfiold, of Harrisburg, was also includ
ed among the representatives from Linn.
Wm. Currier & Co At 103, Front
street, Portland, have the most complete
and stylish stock of clothing and gentle
men's furnishing goods to be met with'in
the State. It may not be as large as some,
but the articles are of better stock and
later cut, and. for less price. We know
from experience. If you want a - real
tasty and well got np suit, at Iot figures,
go to Wm. Currier & Co.'s when in Port
land. Read their card in this issue.
Fingers Sawed Off. From the
A'etcs we learn that the son of Hiram
Bishop, living near Scio, on Thursday of
last week, while working in tb6 saw mill
of Donaho & Coffey, fell against the saw,
when three fingers of the right hand
were taken off and the forefinger sawed
through to the bone, though it may pos
sibly be saved. : The hand was otherwise
lascerated and torn.
CITY OP ALBANT :
lots 1, 2, 7 and 8, Block 19 good house, Ac.
Lota 3 and 4, " 20 ' '
Lot 6 " 24 ' "
4 Lota in " 16 hou.se and barn.
4 Lots in " 44 " "
Lots 3 and 0, in " 118 no improvements.
Lot " 56 " "-
Lots 5 and 6, in " -2 good house.
25 feet on First street, in Block 3, with a No.
Frame Store-house two stories. Rents for
$25 a month. '
Lots 2 and 3 in block 3, with good House and
Barn. Price, $800.
Lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 6 large dwelling and
two stables.
Lots 5 and 6 in block 130 good house. Price
$7O0. .
For particulars apply to ; -
J. C. MENDEMIALL, Agent,
, 3SI33W FHUVX.
. W. H. kcito fc CO.,
Having Jast received a Large and well selected
" -Stock of
HARD WARE,
BITCH At
FARMER'S & MECHANIC'S TOOLS
coKsisnxa, or
ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS,
Hammers, Hammers, . .......
Hammers, Hammers, . - . ,
feledges, Sledges,
Sledges, , Sledges,
Saws, Saws, Saws,
Saws. Saws. Saws,
nanes, i'lanes, Planes,
Planes, Planes, Planes,
Corss-Cut and Mill Saws
Together with a large assortment of
IRON AND STEEL
Nails, Nails, Nails,
Nails, Nails, Nails,
springs, springs, bprings,
! Springs, Springs, Springs,
Axles, Thimble-Skeins, Belts, &C., &c
Also, a well Selected Stock ef
junll-40
Albany, Oregon.
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Insurance. Every business man ac
knowledges the benefit arising from in
suring against the accidents of fire. One
of the very.best companies taking fire
risks" on this coast is the Phoenix of
Hartford. It takes risks at low rates,
and deals equitably and justly with its
customers. We ; refer to the advertise
ment of this Company in this issue, and
ask the attention of those not insured to
it.- L. Flinn, Esq., is the agent for this
city, to whom applications should be made
for policies.
All Selected. Mr. Douthitt has
completed the selection of lands grant
ed by the United States Government to
found, an Agricultural College in Oregon.
The amount donated was 50,000 acres,
all of which has been located in the
Tallies of Goose Lake, Lost River, Sprague
River, Summer Lake, and one or two
other little Tallies.
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Putting on Frills. The Seio flour
ing mill, Mr. II. L. Turner, proprietor, is
to receive an, entire overhauling and re
pairing, a large warehouse for storing
grain added,, the dan rebuilt and made
stronger, aaxi.ot'her improvements made,
whioh, when completed, will place the
mill among the first in-the State. Eotep-
prwe an4 energy wiD meet with due re
Dental. Dr. Geo. W- Gray is a su
perior Dentist, and will engage to do all
work in his line in the most satisfactory
manner at moderate rates. Persons hav
ing decayed or broken teeth and who
dreed the operation of pulling, can dismiss
all alarm, as Dr, Gray is fully prepared
to extract teeth without giving the patient
a particle of- pain. His office is in the
Parrish brick, up stairs. . t '
Campmeeting Over in the Forks of
the Santiam, commenced yesterday, we
believe. Everything in the shape of a
vehicle in tho city has been secured for
the occasion, and if the weather is not
stormy, there will be an immense gather
ing on the grounds to-morrow.
TJatii "Tubs. We notico that Mr.
John Briggs, at the "Old Stove Depot,"
has a supply of bath tubs, for children's
use. . The free use of water, in the way
of bathing, among the little folks has
saved much sickness and many a doctor's
bill.
Rain Has been quite "numerous'-'
part of the present - week. We merely
mention this that the hombre who bor
rowed our ambril," without leave, may
return it in the same unceremonious
manner, v :
' Finishing Lumber. A new saw
mill has been erected east of Scio, on the
Quartzvillc road, by Messrs. Bryant &
Co., in J'White Pine Mountains and
several thousand feet of this lumber al
ready awaits purchasers.
Rr.AfiKRr.MiF8 Now TiDe. are so
thick, a short distance from this city
that you can shake a stick at them. We
think Of trying it, just to see if it can be
did!
--' Suspended. We are informed that
the Scio JVeirs to be suspended for
several weeks, as Dr. King intends mak
ing Coos Bay a visit on business.
, Cattle Sale. J- M. Johns, Esq., of
Scio, sold a hundred bead of yearling
cattle last week at thirteen dollars; aad
a quarter per head. .
Picnic The Sabbath School ' at
Knox's Butte-will give a picoic on Fri
day, Jrly 15th 180. Other Schools in
th county are invited to attend, ; bring
ing their ow, apeaberav singers,.- etc-
Uom one, come au.
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SPOKES. HUBS. BENT RIMS.
SHAFTS, POLES, HICKORY AXLES, ETC.,
All of which we are now offering to the public
at low rates. As we make the business a spec
ialty, we can and will keen a better assortment at
lower prices than any bouse in tms city. .
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Receiving and opening a large and splendid
assortment of .
WOOD AND WILLOW WARS,
Which we offer at reduoed rates.
W. 11. KTJHN A CO.
Ia the Monteith Fire-proof Brick, First-st. -
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A. C A ROT HERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
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PAINTS, DYE STUFFS, OILS
PATENT MEDICINES,
Perfumery, Toilet Goods, &c.
Our Goods are' FRESH and
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PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED.
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front Street.
Albany
lAre door below Comtor,
fob 12'70-23J Oregon.
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Boamiii
STILL BUSHING
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JEW JEWELRY STORE
J. B. TITUS;
Albaavy, '.-;'! - ... .. . m.,t- - :c Orf Oil. .
" AOKirr roi m ciumtcD
fflerican & Swiss Gold & Silyer Watches
Of every description. IMreet Importer of '
. tke Tory best
SWI8S .MADE WATCHES.
' Cents ana Ladies 8lsm.
" I CnCADLK. ' t. CIUPU.
Froat-st., Albany,Oc. 1 12 Clay-sl., Baa Fraa-
XI. Cbcadlo LS - Co
W1kImI mad lUtall Jma2m ht . .
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Groceries ail .leoeral llcrctaiitsi
:-" 'I i ;-:-.! - .- -aid , '.-; f
rORWACPING A C0HKISSI3U
; JIERCDAHTS.
; THE IINIST 81LKCTION OF
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS,
, Of all Klads eonstantly on band.
Care ef
'. bxpiikimo or '.
WATOHMS, SPMCTACLSS JSWMIKT
ta Fraseface Prices.
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Bvery Article Wold and. all Repairing
. Done, Warranted. '
We claim to keep all -
. FIRST QCALIIT GOODS,
14 and at prioes that defy competitloa.
A. CeWAH. . A. W. ITAHAKD.
A. COWAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
TIRST STREET.. ..-..ALBANY. ,
They offer a large and weC -!eoted stock of
STAPLE DHY GOODS
At Extraordinary
Cash
or
Jtvw Prices
Irol.co
In addition to a rry large stock, eorerins;
everything; in the line of Cottons, we
have a complete assortment of
FANCY DRESS GOODS!
Latest styles of Boys' and Men's
CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ao.
Carpet, Wall-Paper, Paper
Blinds, &.C., Vr.
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Closed oat at about cost.
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ALBANY, OREGON.
H IS- I W.ABE,
A well Selectad stock now on hand, and will
be filled up constantly, and
SOLO AT REDUCED RATES.
EUONS & SON,
ELKINS & SON,
EXJCINS &. SON.
Lebanon, Oregon.
' Ivcbanon, Oregon.
X.ebauou, Oregon.
NEW GOODS SMALL PROFITS,
QUICK SALES PROMPT PAY. . -
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I EO N AND STEE L .
Tlie best assortment kept in the city, and con
stantly reeoiring tresn supplies,
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE
Selection of
SPRING AND SUMMER 600DS,
Imported direct from New York via the
Pacific Railroad, and can, for Cash or Produce,
give customers bargains equal to any firm in Al
bany. AU of our stock M bought at tne
LOWEST CASH PRICE.
SOLD AT THE LOWEST RATES. Bny of
fi RADUATE OP THE PHYSIO-MEDICAL
VJT or Curtis College, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
Employs in practice neither Mercury, Arsenic,
Morphine or any other poison, but relies on such,
agents as act in harmony with life, and are en
tirely harmless. . .
OiriCE In Parrish's brick, orer the post
office.
Residenee Water street, below Pierce's ferry.
Albany, AprU 30, 1870-34 '
W; S. DRIGGS, f
CITY NEWS DEPOT,
Front street, Albany, Oreg-on. ,
HAS JUST OPENED A FIRST-CLASS
NEWS DEPOT and
STATIONERY STORE,
Where at all times will be found the latest Peri
odicals, Magazines, Newspapers, Books of
all kinds, Writing Paper, every variety,
all kinds .and sizes of Envelopes,
and the most beautiful
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.
This stock has been selected with great eare. and
none but First-lass articles are kept. Goods
received direct from San Francisco by" ercry
steamer. Terms moderate.
O ire me a call.' ' ' " Vt. S. DBItiOS. -Albany.
April 9, 70.-31-ly.
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The standard remedy for Coughs, Influenza.
Sort Throat, WAonpiniy Cough, Croup, Liver
Uompiatnt, Jfronehttt, fileedyny of the Jsmtgm, and
every affection ei the Throat, Lungs and Chest,
including CONSUMPTION.
Wlstar'a Balsam does not dry up- a Cough,
but loosens it. cleanses the lungs, and a Hay irri
tation, thus removing the com of the complaint.
Hone genuine nniess signed i. butts, jrrepasea
h-r Seta W. Fowle A Son, Boston. ; Sold by
Redineton. Hostetter A Co. San Francisco, and
by dealers generally. : 41y70
- Iotice.
Y WIFE, Amanda Kester, having left my
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IT I bed and board, I hereby warn all persons
not to harbor or trust her en my account
will fay so debts contracted by her.
Albany, June 4th, 1870-40w4
L. KESTER-
All who want bargains give me a ealL
JOHN CONNER.
Albany, March 5, 1870-28.
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BOOTS & SHOES,
GOODS,
GROCERIES
MACHINERY !
OF ALL KINDS,
REP A IBED
' :- ) '. by .
BEARD & COLVER.
Hardware, Iron and Steel,
At
ALBA XT
ALBANY
Wholesale
PRICES,
PRICES.
ALBANY
ALBANY
PRICKS,
PRICE8,
and Retell.
Headers,
Threshers,
Mowers,
Reapers,
SHOULD BE LOOKED TO SOON. '
- ;". ,;: ,... .J Persons having the :;
Wheeler & Mellck Endless Cnatn
Tlreahers. : ,. ...
can have them epaired so they will clean the
grain as well as any Thresher, and clean as much
as tncir power will tbreen. s
Flax I' ants,
MADE TO ORDER ONLY. In short, all other
Agricultural Machines and implements made and
repaired. .. -
We are completing arrangements to manufac
ture Seed Sowers, Sulkey and Gang Plows, of the
best patterns now in ase.
Ail work warranted made or tbe best
material. . - , .
Shop on corner of Washington and Seeond-sts.,
Albany, Cveeosk. - ' 38m3
May 28 170. ;
, nianzsT rnicss paio to
EGGS, BUTTER, ETC.
Especial attention is directed to out stook of
IRON AND STEEL
GENERAL HARDWARE
Which is the largest and most complete this side
of Portland
You are invited to call and examine our good:
and prices.. ,'....'. .
The highest market price in eah paid for -
JToI, Bacon and aLard !
by
Oct. 30, 1809-8
ALBANY ADVERTISEMENTS.
MARK OOI i
TLtm- C, Albany, Oregon ' or
It. Gm SsB-Fraaeiseo, Oel.
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Li torsi advaesoo saado on eeasfnsnesst.
kotice to eiiipmss"
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Generel Ccsiaissi!! Enslnra
&JT FRANCISCO,
for the purpose of selling
All Kinds . ojT Frodnc .
that may be consigned to mo to seO.
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LAHIAR CHEADLB,
AUbauy, ' Orec
Will receive and attend to all orders on nt to he
filled in San Francisco.
octo-Stf R. CBBADLE,
GOODS RECEIVED BX
sS-te5t3
whfch will be sold for
or TRADE.
WHEAT WANTED t
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Sixty Cents per Dushel
In trade, or os Book aeeounl, ; -
For all that may be oflered
octy
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A. COWAN A CO.
STITZBX. St opro"," : i
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
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GENERAL' AGENTS. '
BranoH offloe,
Albnny, Oregon,
JT. C. MENDENUALL, - - Agent,
GENERAL LAND AGENCY FOR OREGON.
Established July, 1868. An effiee where
Sineral information concerning the resources of
regon ean be obtained free of charge.
Loans negotiated on first Mortgage, Real Es
tate and Collateral Securities- Wo hare for sale
s large amonnt of property located in the town
of Albany. Also, Farming lands, of every des
cription, located in Linn and other counties la
this SUte.
ETC.
BET
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CIIALLEAGEIt THRESHER
H inES' HEADERS !
Mowerar I Reapers
And all kinds of
Agricultural Implem'ts & SfacMnes
; . On hand and. foe sale by -.
BLAIN, TOtTNO A CO.,
May 28, ?0-8
Albany, Ogn.
J.; C. MENDENHALL
IN o t a r y . Jtr ttbllc,
ALBANY, J : : i : r OREGON.
T EG AL INSTRUMENTS OP ALL KINDS
JLf made and attested. Conveyances and col-
leeuons attended to.
, DTJT CHER'S ;.
sLightningr. Fly-Killer
Is ahead of anything of the kind. , Handy and
cheap. Try it. Sold by the Druggists. 42m2
N. B. All persons owing us rlll at one come
forward and pay up', so as to begin new aceoants.
. : L. ELKINS A SON.
Lebanon, April I,f0.-6m34
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ON THE ELECTION !
Any one who wants to win ean do so by
- calling on .
12,. CHILXi& SON,
WHO, thankful for past patronage, still in
vite tbe attention of Liner eooaty at aL, to'
their nneqaaUed steek of .
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PAINT & VARNISH BRUSHES,
rAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, '
ALCOHOL, KEKOSBNEy
WINDOW GLASS,
TRUSSES,
FANCY AND' TOILET ARTICLES',- ETC.
Agents for Dr. D. Jayno A Son's preparations',
II. H. II. Horse Medicines, ete. . .
Do you like medicine for its bitter or nauseat
ing taste? We bavo that description. - Do yea
want the effect with an aromatie taste t ' After
takincf a few doses of our Elixir, 'twill bo so Tory
pleasant that your prejudices
Must surely turn awry, - ' J
and the preparation .::; : '.-';.- :
n ui lose tne name o" pbyslo. -
(but not the effect. .
Physicians aat custom as from the country
may seat assneea tnao weir eraeca wm be art
ly attended to. Viescriptions rarfifallj afid oor-
rectiy comoonnaea. ;
- Have yon the impolite guest called' a com?' We
sell "Com SUyee," which sorely does- tho work.
without para. Do yon desire book of any kins',
a Gold Penman Album, Stationery or anohT W.
S. Driggs-is with ns, for tho aecosnraodatioB of
an lavoriag aim wits a caU.
Vo yeo, want a tne Wetckv a sat up Jowolrr.
cheap or wear f D. TiUns sens the same, voder
1D MSH (Ml.
Cocao and aeons. '. BuvaDooS. 'RaaWatch
Buy a Pill'. . Boy sometbiBir or nethlnsr. bat oasn
and see us, anyway. ; A well sprinkled fieor' and
a eool drink of water in tho Onuser, aad a warm
store aurronaaee ay- comfortable oaairo fa-winter
constantly kept for tie aeeemmedatmn-of aU.
Alban7 May 1,4, 'tO-Sf.
To the citisens of Albany and vicinity, and to
the owners of Real Estate : We take this method
of calling yonr attention to our place of busi
ness. Having eeternunea to open a diwks ui
fice in yonr eity, we ean efier yon a medium for
obtaining purchasers one that is appreciated by
bayers; as It saves tnem muen time ana iaoov in
searching for what they want. : Our principal
a Miner, at Portland. Oregon, is thoroughly es
tablished, and the office so well furnished for giv
ing information upon Real Estate, that it affords
the most complete facilities for all parties baring
business in our line.
ST You incur no expense In placing yoar
property on sale with us nniess a sals is made.
Umee on f irst streci. opposiw rm-ui.
JOHN C. MENDENUALL, Agent.
Albany, Ogn., March 23, 1870. 29tf.
STITZEL A UPTON, i
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
J. C. MESDEKHALL, Agent, - r
Oflico First st opposite Post Offloe. Albany, Ogn.
rg AVE for" sale m the city of Albany, a deslra-
ble HemostMH,- Lote t, t, 7 and 8, corner
hint. FAtiCh mnd Clsworth streets, one f the
best localities fa tho eity ' A' good one aad half
story boose, whs all other eoSveSMaeos. . iippty
to MfcJtIrHAt., Agent, i
t. : Albany, Oregon
"shliv: pictuhc calic.t i
BROWNSVILLE, f f f OREGON.
HAS BEEjT REFITTED WITH 6KYLIOIIT
of tho latest style, and tbe operating room
wnn instruments oi -v-i-. . , ; . -..;.
STRICT. Y FIltST CLAHM NAKE1
with a choice stock of Materials, Chemicals. Ae..
direct from Philadelphia. Our work shall recent-
mena itseii.
' Pictures from Ring to Life sise, at tho lowest
prices. -.., , - ,
Special rani U He a lor taking FamUy Q roups aad'
eopying UKt i ictures. t sll, and see specimens.
. J. H. TEMPLETON,
- , . . . . PETER ML'ME.
In the Drug Store will be found a full assort
ment of Drugs, Patent' Medicines. Perfumery
Paints, Oils, Aei, Ac. Also, Books and Statioa
err.- .
: 4taW School Books made a specially. -
V Dr. Rowland has eharge, aad may be consulted
profeesteiially at any time: - -
Port OSoe kniWiog, Brown.ll
April 2flt 'TO-S3- PETER hJ MB..
v atsnK Mn'.Oesseeray. .'?"
H. BABE is my, Leal Agent ounug
rry ai-. ; gBfCEL tiEJtWY.
Albany, March 118 -28-3. , j
A Weekly Newspaper, v
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Contalnlno; 28 coltuns f mnttor, -
IS PTBLI8HED EVERY " SATURDAY,
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' In tne City of Ala any,
i " i : i-.,. .- , - ;UV
,T" ATT..:ii;-;i,-
OO Per jljtmtutttf
m advance, ,
0ti months.,
"LOCAL ITEMS" made a SPECIALT,
THE IXEOISTlTKIt.
JOB , PRIISTTING
Firtl etr'eet, (opposite iWrtsa dV Co.'$ sfofo.
JSAbs.Tty
s i t Oregon.
HAVINa very fair assortment of materia
we are prepared to execute, with neatness
aad dispatch, all kinds of ,
such as , j .';:.-;,-;;...!' ..It .v.i"".' -iviv'.-."..'
Hand-Mis',
- - cjtrdt,
JBatt Tickets, '
' ' ', t"ttmpKlefs',
Blank
" or all lcinti,'-
at as low figures a due regard to taste aad good
worn-will allow. ."When you want. anytaiag tsv
Ue prra4inglini.t call, at the. RxcVTa.Q,oe.v